Eight New Storefronts in South Lake Union
Through November of this year, Shunpike presents eight new storefronts in South Lake Union on the theme of “honoring life and humanity in the urban wilderness.”
Method Gallery presents “Detritus,” by Markel Uriu
Local, interdisciplinary artist Uriu explores concepts of Buddhism and Wabi Sabi, highlighting “labor, value, and decay.”
Seattle-based interdisciplinary artist Kahlon explores complicity in fulfilling and demanding creative labor at the 4Culture gallery, through December 7th.
Catch Staschke’s exploration of Dutch Vanitas paintings and Manitach’s documentation of the artist’s intimate thoughts at Winston Wachter through January 10th.
Painter Terry Leness and photographer Marion Post Wolcott showcase their city and town-scapes in a joint show through December 2nd.
Paul D. McKee and Suzanne Tidwell explore the dichotomy of their individual pasts and futures using common objects in this large-scale installation.
Check out Araluce’s installation “The Final Stop” if you’re traveling through the D.C. area. This recreation of an abandoned subway station runs through January 28th.
John Grade’s Middle Fork sculpture opens at the Seattle Art Museum
MadArt Studio’s inaugural exhibit, the intricate tree sculpture by local artist John Grade, is now twice as long and installed in the lobby of the Seattle Art Museum.
The Art of the Matter: art spaces in South Lake Union
Galleries and public art add to the beauty of SLU.
Pixelated Clouds Hang Over Amazon’s Seattle Campus
Next time you’re in the neighborhood, check out Dan Corson’s new installation, Nebulous, on the corner of 9th and Harrison in South Lake Union.
Banker Wire Mesh Sculpture Highlights the History of Seattle’s South Lake Union Neighborhood
Lead Pencil Studio brings a towering public art sculpture to the corner of 9th and Thomas in South Lake Union.